Circo Pastry Shop

Bushwick

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Customer Reviews

59 Ratings

Great Pastry!
John D. · March 20, 2013
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Thank you!! Hope to see you again soon!!
Merchant replied · April 11, 2013
Very good pastries and staff was very helfull and friendly
Lilian · March 4, 2013
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Thank you Hope to see you again soon!!
Merchant replied · April 11, 2013
The cheesecake is awesome!
Rebeca R. · February 20, 2013

What You'll Get


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  • $15 for $30 worth of pastries
  • $25 for $50 worth of pastries

Circo's Pastry Shop specializes in French and Italian sweets, including small cannoli ($12.75/lb.), large éclairs ($2.95), vanilla-cream pastachote ($2.95), and almond biscotti ($6.50/lb.). Frozen treats range from homemade spumoni and lemon-flavored Italian ice (starting at $1.50 per cup, $14 per quart) to frappes and iced coffee ($2.00–$3.50). The specialists also craft custom photo cakes and fondant cakes as well as cater for weddings and large parties.

Circo's Pastry Shop

Mr. Circo first unrolled the shady green awning on his Bushwick dolceria in 1945. Classic neon letters glowed through the night above the storefront, and the large windows glowed in the early morning as Circo prepared specialties for his early customers. In 1966, Nino Pierdipino moved from Italy to Brooklyn and soon joined Circo in his shop. Along with his sons Salvatore and Anthony, Pierdipino continues to carry out Circo's vision by waking the neighborhood each day with an aromatic alarm clock of fresh biscotti, pastachote, and cannoli. While shaping French and Italian pastries, Salvatore and Anthony not only call upon their father's trusted methods but also make use of their studies at the Culinary Institute of America. Their specialties can be ordered in large amounts to serve at weddings, birthdays, holiday gatherings, or for one college wrestler trying to move up a weight class.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Circo's Pastry Shop


Mr. Circo first unrolled the shady green awning on his Bushwick dolceria in 1945. Classic neon letters glowed through the night above the storefront, and the large windows glowed in the early morning as Circo prepared specialties for his early customers. In 1966, Nino Pierdipino moved from Italy to Brooklyn and soon joined Circo in his shop. Along with his sons Salvatore and Anthony, Pierdipino continues to carry out Circo's vision by waking the neighborhood each day with an aromatic alarm clock of fresh biscotti, pastachote, and cannoli. While shaping French and Italian pastries, Salvatore and Anthony not only call upon their father's trusted methods but also make use of their studies at the Culinary Institute of America. Their specialties can be ordered in large amounts to serve at weddings, birthdays, holiday gatherings, or for one college wrestler trying to move up a weight class.

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